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Howdy! Iím Squish, a former motorcycle designer, motorcycle demographic and safety researcher, motorcycle event planner and non profit campaign development professional.I live in the harbor area of SoCal.I ride a 70s bitsa 850t3 that looks like a V7sport and a LeManns mkI had a love child. Built by MG classics in Signal Hill. Iíve owned the bike since 2003.Hereís a photo my friend Tink took of the bike.
From what we can see of the rider's-eye view, looks like a well-built road weapon.More pics and a build story would be good!Lannis
It's been a few years since I did this and the results were interesting then...Please introduce yourself to the group. Give your name, age, occupation and location.Hello my name is Bruno - sounds Italian but alas, I was born in Uruguay after the founder of the capital, Montevideo, Bruno Mauricio de Zabala.I have been riding since 1965 - so you know my age here is the list of Motorcycles owned and ridden1968 Suzuki X6 Hustler196? Honda CB125 10,000 rpm!!197? Yamaha 305 Big Bear - rode 2-up across the Canadian prairies197? Honda CB450 with torsion valve springs rode to Mexico up the West Coast1975 BMW R90/6 rode to southern tip of South America in 1978 from Canada, still running today1978 BMW R100/7 rode all over Europe, still waiting there for me1978 BMW R100RS MotorSport - Sunday rider2003 KLR 650 rode to Mexico, back and forth Canada to Florida countless times, mail fuel hauler for the airplane2009 Buell Ulysses xb12x rode across the US several times - daily rider2004 Moto Guzzi 750 BREVA purchased for my wife but I ended up riding it the most as its beauty!2004 BMW R1150 powered Light Sport Trike flying overtook my riding - for a while.Electrical Engineer, retired, trying to figure out why this Italian lady won't start for me.
Hi all - new member here too. Iím a young 30-something (I think the term you may be more used to is ďwhippersnapperĒ ) new to Guzzis and still looking for my first one. Coming from an S40 I got for cheap and canít wait for an upgrade. Excited to dive in to all the good knowledge here and live the Guzzi life!
Paul Simonoff, 55, Gig Worker, Newburyport Massachusetts.Hello folks. My main ride for last 25 years has been my untrustworthy Norton Commando 850. I picked up a 1975 850T 10 years ago as a second bike, and have ridden it occasionally. I like the bike, but compared to my Norton, it is a bit sluggish, except in top gear at high speed where I much prefer to be on top of the Guzzi. Nevertheless, I am sick and tired of wrenching the Norton to keep it nimble. I am seriously considering investing some money and time into making the 850T. Currentlty trying to figure out what my options are for performance upgrades. MAny questions to come. Happy to be a member!! -Pauk33333y
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